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Noam Sobel

A Measure of Smell
11.11.2020

Meeting a 100-year-old challenge could lead the way to digital aromas

Repeated Pregnancy Loss May Be Tied to the Olfactory System
29.09.2020

Understanding the connection could lead to a new search for the causes of unexplained spontaneous miscarriage

One-Sided Memories and Sleep
03.08.2020

A unique sleep experiment to uncover brain activity comes up smelling of roses 

SmellTracker
02.04.2020

Weizmann Institute scientists have developed an online platform to help detect early signs of COVID-19

olfactory bulbs
06.11.2019

A handful of left-handed women have excellent senses of smell, despite lacking olfactory bulbs

inhaling and thinking
20.03.2019

Subjects given problems to solve as they inhaled did better on tests

the smell of fear: skydivers
27.11.2017

Odors that carry social cues seem to affect volunteers on the autism spectrum differently 

The olfactory fingerprint of the person in the middle remains consistent, even after 30 days (right), but is very different from that of another person (left)
29.06.2015

Weizmann Institute Scientists develop an “olfactory fingerprint” test that may do more than just identify individuals

handshake illustration: Lee Zakai
03.03.2015

People sniff their hands twice as much after a handshake, according to a Weizmann Institute study

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